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Scraping the Olympics

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Presentation for a workshop at the BBC Data Journalism Day, July 2012

Presentation for a workshop at the BBC Data Journalism Day, July 2012

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  • 1. Scraping the OlympicsPaul Bradshaw, author: Scraping for Journalists * Leanpub.com/scrapingforjournalists
  • 2. ?Scraping basicsCombining dataFinding stories in data *
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  • 4. Function (Parameters) *
  • 5. Function (Parameters)=SUM(A2:A50)=AVERAGE(B2:B300)=COUNTIF(A10:A3000,”Smith”) *
  • 6. (“string”, index) *
  • 7. Tip: search fordocumentation *
  • 8. Tip: search for structure around data *
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  • 10. //div[starts-with(@class, ‘jobWrap’)]*
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  • 12. Combining data *
  • 13. ?Question:Which torchbearers arefrom Dorset? *
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  • 22. ?Finding leads:Corporate torchbearers? *
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  • 27. New entries - ordisappearing ones *
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  • 32. Leanpub.com/scrapingforjournalists @paulbradshaw onlinejournalismblog.com helpmeinvestigate.com slideshare.net/onlinejournalist * linkedin.com/in/onlinejournalist